Daily Immigration News Clips – November 9, 2021

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on November 9, 2021.

National

MSNBC Pressure mounts on Democrats to deliver on immigration reform with spending bill

The Hill DHS streamlining process for Afghan evacuees resettling in US
By Rebecca Beitsch

Los Angeles Times A Los Angeles attorney found a novel way to get Afghans into the U.S. Will it work?
By Andrea Castillo

CBS News U.S. waives work permit and green card application fees for Afghan evacuees
By Camilo Montoya-Galvez

CNN Biden administration will waive immigration application fees for thousands of evacuated Afghans
By Priscilla Alvarez

Associated Press Migrant caravan organizer says group will head for U.S. border after harassment in Mexico

The Washington Post International travel ban ends as borders open to visitors from dozens of countries
By Lori Aratani and Ian Duncan

The Washington Post Biden’s border woes expose White House divisions as centrists assert more control
By Nick Miroff and Sean Sullivan

The Wall Street Journal Texas Jails Fill With Migrants as Border Arrests Overwhelm Courts
By Elizabeth Findell and Alicia A. Caldwell

Los Angeles Times Democrats decry GOP’s focus on critical race theory as a racist dog whistle. What’s their next move?
By Chris Megerian, Melanie Mason, Erin B. Logan

Forbes (Op-Ed) Hiring High-Skilled Immigrants Brings A ‘Ted Lasso’ Effect
By Stuart Anderson

The Hill (Op-Ed) Will 'protected areas' really be safe from immigration enforcement? Probably not
By Austin Kocher, Ph.D.

San Diego Union-Tribune (Op-Ed) All veterans deserve to be recognized as Americans
By Wilmer Rivas and Caitriona Tilden

Local

Bangor Daily News (Op-Ed) Immigration reform key to fixing Maine’s labor shortage and stoking economic recovery
By Jon Stein

New America (Op-Ed) One Way Maryland Can Better Support Undocumented Students in Higher Education
By Ewaoluwa Ogundana